MEET THE RECIPIENTS
FROM THE PRESIDENT: WELCOME NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS
I have the pleasure to announce the outcome of the most recent election for two open positions on the Council. Galen McKinley will be the new Chemical Oceanography Councilor and Larry Mayer will be the new Applied Technology Councilor. > Read more
TOS HONORS BREAKFAST AT OSM 2020
All TOS members attending the 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting in San Diego are invited to the complimentary TOS Awards Breakfast on Tuesday morning, February 18, at the Marriott Marquis. All seats for this event have already been reserved; please contact Jenny Ramarui to see if any seats have become available due to cancellations.
TOS ACTIVITIES AT OSM 2020!
As many of us begin planning our schedule for next month’s Ocean Sciences Meeting, we would like to bring your attention to several TOS activities where members will have the opportunity to network, celebrate colleagues, and discuss ways to shape the future of The Oceanography Society. > Learn More
TOS STRATEGY 2030
> NEW! Participate in the TOS Strategy 2030 Survey: Please respond by February 18
We would like to engage all of you in the evolution of TOS—TOS Strategy 2030. One of the best qualities of TOS is the ability for members to suggest ideas for Council consideration, and the healthy volunteer spirit of TOS members helping with TOS initiatives. This is your opportunity to guide the future of our Society, and we welcome your ideas! > Read more.
OCEANOGRAPHY EARLY ONLINE RELEASE ARTICLES POSTED
Check out the Oceanography Early Online Release page to read two exciting articles that will be published in the upcoming March issue. One provides an “oceanographic perspective” on early human migrations to the Americas, and the other describes a citizen science project that leverages tour expedition vessels to collect data along the coast of the Western Antarctic Peninsula. More postings coming soon!
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COMING IN MARCH 2020
In this new section of Oceanography, authors share all of the relevant information on a homemade sensor or instrument so that others can build, or build upon, it. See Oceanography’s Author Guidelines for detailed information on submission requirements.